Apple's iOS 13.1.2 update addresses a camera glitch and other bugs

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In an unusual software update cadence, iOS 13.1.2 is now available with more bug fixes for the fresh mobile operating system - which applies to both iOS 13 and iPadOS 13.

The iOS 13.1.2 update deals with flashlight, a bug that could cause loss of display calibration data, iCloud Backup issue and Bluetooth disconnect problem, Apple Insider reported on Monday.

The feature will be coming with iOS 13.2 and those with developer access to the iOS Beta can begin testing Deep Fusion now.

tvOS 13.2 beta 1 and watchOS 6.1 beta 2 were also released to developers today.

As per a report by TechCrunch, Deep Fusion will arrive on iOS 13.2 beta although there is no specific date as of yet on which the update will come. The progress bar for iCloud Backup will no longer continue filling in after a successful backup, which sounds kind of vital.

While Apple also says that the update includes performance updates, the real question that's on the mind of many Apple Watch Series 5 users is whether watchOS 6.0.1 actually improves battery life. Also, there is a fix for an issue where the HomePod could not be able to run shortcuts.

The patch notes for iOS 13.1.2 consists of six points, and four of those start with the word "fixes" which gives you a taste of what to expect. Once you add the new installation profile to your iPhone or iPad, the update can then be installed from the Software Update section in the Settings app.

Released late yesterday, watchOS 6.0.1 resolves an issue with the classic Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse watch faces, which had somehow gone mute in watchOS 6.0 for some users, losing their ability to speak the time.

Alongside the new iOS and iPadOS releases, Apple has brought watchOS 6.0.1.

It seems the troubled operating system was a bit rushed to meet the launch of the iPhone 11, and Apple is now trying to play catch up to fix all the problems.

You can download watchOS 6.0.1 to any Apple Watch model that's compatible with watchOS 6.0.

Apple Watch owners should update their smartwatch now. It notably emerged following the arrival of watchOS 6.0 earlier this month.

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